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'CAPE 'WRATHzL~fPdrHO0USE r"R¶~E COI~sssrITSM ERS of' the NORTHERNV LTG14TJ ~iHOUSES herebyvgIvenotice, 'thata Lighthouse has bieenI ereeted spnn-CAIPE WRATIH, in the Cotnty of Sutherlatiid,I the Lighit of which will be exhibited on the siight or~uuntitl5AI, the 25S[l, day of Dec
9 December 1828 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL IMPORTS.

BRISTOL IMPORTS.

B Ii STOL IMPOR T'S. Dstr~i-.- in the M1ary. Thomras & Co. 12500 borxes 600 half boxes 1400 trails raisins- WV. Rtandle, 250 hoses 125b) Frails raisins -C.- iNetevier, 2 brixes 2 frails 1 half boa raisins. I box almitonds -Mereweather &. Son, 7 casks almonds-A. 1Paroall, 2 boxes
9 December 1828 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Oracle of Fashion.

Oracle of Fashion.

0radf-jrt aPJWIon. ?? C'tj.StiE ii Or' -,t ?? LIFE.-JiiiOfl. FPA'lyrrcNS j'o~ ?? Ihavie of Ii eis - ?? ,s.in Torque ; tihs body rnadea hsigs arid ClosC to I ire shaicce, wvii h a v'irct tsr-si fened vol lar, citther open, arid dispicaiig a r itfli ,riche tic British taul~e. h sev
9 December 1828 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
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CLhred in lem (nm One Afintt ! B RU.SSEI'S 'I'INC''IJRE is with confidence recomn B indedl tn PL'fyS(llv afl.ictedi zwith tifi ibiiow vmnfl! at, bv :ithrdhig illzfiedilitc rvlief, fulier the me- t ?? cii eiiimifu tllces, wvhenl every oilier mned nefo lirs fli'm!. Itisiiot, ionine
22 December 1823 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE PITIABLE SITUATION OF THE YOUNGEST BROTHER OF THE DAY FAMILY.

THE PITIABLE SITUATION OF THE YOUNGEST BROTHER OF THE DAY FAMILY.

THlE PITIABILE SITUATION OF THlE YOUNGEST BROTIiER OF '1'Dl! DAY FAMILY,. The observations which I am about to make, in behalf of a poor neglected individlunl, will, I hope, raise up some kind friend in his favour. The individual to whom I refer Is one ofseven brothers; but, cont
6 October 1832 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE REAL JAPAN BLACKING, MADE BY RICHARD TURNER, 114, LONDON-ROAD.

THE REAL JAPAN BLACKING, MADE BY RICHARD TURNER, 114, LONDON-ROAD.

TH-E REAL JAP.AN BLACKING,| MlADE? BY.R/CIJA I?] TUJRNER, 114,1 OND~ON-ROAD. T[HE Props .~tor ot' thsis b ti.s.,g discdain~s all tho arts of 7J miffg: the merits of the article are too well knowsn to need it. He cossiidcntly adopts the motto of the immortal Nelson:- Pusba1.nn qii
18 October 1819 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MONMOUTHSHIRE, &c.

MONMOUTHSHIRE, &c.

MON OUT ?? ?? WVe are sorryto fin(d that the examilies lintt*l iili M! 1 he| refrfictorv pudilers at Messt'a. Iloisifer anld 0,i I, T rlm'em~ Wdrks, hiave ?? beewi etfiecttnl in suippressing the sii ni' n.r inlib- ordination 9~hiChl has maniifestedl itselt: (Jn TLhurrday 1451l, I
3 March 1823 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
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f- N , Y' \ DAY EVENING, Dec. 31, will be presented Historical Tragedy of j te is~ri~il IVAUAACt.. .I e 1Play, the astonishing P'erformancesof Miss CLARKE, and Master O'ltAA; -,conchlike Nith a New Feree, acted here twice, called THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOMN; Or, a GlCost is Sp;itc of
29 December 1821 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. WHITT I KOTOV, This PRESENT SATURDAY. February 14. at the SARACEN HEAD INN,

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. WHITT I KOTOV, This PRESENT SATURDAY. February 14. at the SARACEN HEAD INN,

TEMPLE GATE. Bristol, TWO OMNIBUSBCS; one capable of carrying 10 inside, and the other 8, both in excellent condition; two GIGS, one A RT, several Sets of Double and Single HARNESS, SADDLES and BRIDLES, and a number of good and useful HOUSES, steady in Harness or as Hacks. Tbe w
31 January 1835 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
A LAY HEAL LIFE. Who ruin'd me ere 1 was born, Sold every acre, grass or corn, A left the

A LAY HEAL LIFE. Who ruin'd me ere 1 was born, Sold every acre, grass or corn, A left the

next heir all forlorn ?
31 January 1835 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England